Show Off Your Garden Without Bragging
It takes a lot of dedication to grow a garden and it’s time to display all your hard work. Looking to flash your plants but nervous about being too obvious about it? Don’t be. Give yourself a pat on the back and wait for your guests to be envious. There’s a lot of pride growing plants, herbs, and flowers in your garden so it’s important to show them off. No need to point out your garden skills with these great DIY displays.
This DIY task is easy-breezy because the only items you need are the shells, succulents, and potting soil. Small and decorative, you can place these shells anywhere and everywhere.
Geometric VaseBudget friendly and stylish, this DIY geometric planter is a great way to step up your interior design. Using fresh plants from your garden or succulents, you’ll need nothing more than dip bowls and your plants. For a detailed guide on this DIY, continue to Desert Domicile.
Can GardenA great way to be sustainable and resourceful, this tin can garden is straightforward and is guided by your own creativity. Using a can, add soil, real plants or succulents to complete the task. Feel free to get decorative with the can and/or turn it into wall decor with this tutorial.
Mason Jar GardenWant to grow your own herbs but having trouble making room? A mason jar garden will allow you to grow flowers and/or herbs without losing space. For more on this DIY, continue to Camille Styles.
Pitcher PlanterA pitcher planter is a good way to show off your plants in an interesting and creative way! With a drill, make a hole in the bottom of the pitcher for drainage and then add your plants or flowers!
Water GardenA water garden is surprisingly simple and easy because it’s best to keep all the plants in their individual pots. Place all the pots into the big pot; do this to allow the plants to get the most out of their individual soil. For further tips and instructions, go to HGTV.
Miniature Garden PotSome of the smallest things have the biggest impact and these miniature clay plants are the perfect example! If you’ve purchased the clay pots, then all you need to add are the plants or succulents you would like to include. For a full tutorial on creating the miniature clay pots, continue to DIY in PDX.
Rope VaseWhether it’s around a vase or can, adding yarn is the perfect way to liven up your DIY decor. Especially festive for fall, use glue to secure one end of the yarn to the vase or container and continue wrapping the yarn around to the top. For more on this project, check out Warm Hot Chocolate.
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